Back when he was the general manager of Betony in New York City, Eamon Rockey was known for sharing his love for a largely forgotten historical cocktail: milk punch. Two years after Betony closed, he released Rockey's Milk Punch, a bottled clarified milk punch, a category of drinks that at its root level combines a spirit with citrus, tea and milk. His Rockey’s & Rum Swizzle combines it with rum and pineapple and lime juices.
This recipe originally appeared as part of “A Bartender Put Milk Punch in a Bottle. So Everyone Could Try It.”
- 1 oz Rockey’s Milk Punch liqueur
- 1 oz Light rum
- 1 oz Pineapple juice
- 1/2 oz Fresh lime juice
Add all the ingredients into pineapple-shaped or Mason jar.
Add crushed or cracked ice and swizzle to chill.
Serve with a straw.